365: One Animated Film, Shot One Second a Day, Over One Year

Back in Sep­tem­ber, we high­light­ed an ani­ma­tion that humor­ous­ly imag­ined David Bowie and Bri­an Eno’s col­lab­o­ra­tion on the song, “Warsza­wa,” which even­tu­al­ly appeared on the album, Low. The car­toon was cre­at­ed by The Broth­ers McLeod, and they’re now back with an ani­ma­tion called “365 — One Year, One Film, One Sec­ond a Day.” The title pret­ty much says it all. But if you want more back­ground infor­ma­tion, here’s how Vimeo frames the clip: “Greg [McLeod] ani­mat­ed one sec­ond of ani­ma­tion every day for the 365 days of the year 2013. There was no sto­ry­line, script or sto­ry­board. The ideas come from things read, seen or expe­ri­enced on the day, with a lit­tle artis­tic license for good mea­sure.” The result you can watch above. Also find dai­ly stills from the project on Face­book.

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